I Am the Cheese - Study Guide Section 5 Summary & Analysis

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The road is long, level and straight and the young man is relieved there are no dogs in sight. He begins singing a familiar childhood song: "The Farmer in the Dell." The young man recalls that his father used to sing this song with the family, eliciting laughter and mirth from his mother and himself. The young man is now five or six. His father tells them this is a theme song for their family as he asks his son what his name is. "Adam Farmer" is the reply and his father says that "The Farmer in the Dell" was made for their family, and they laugh with delight.

Adam Farmer is glad he didn't take his pills as he sings the song while pedaling. He tries to sing it like his father used to but the wind catches in his throat and he starts to struggle...

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